Introduction to AGILE Project Management (SDHR29)

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Who should attend

The Introduction Agile Project Management aims to address the needs of those working in a project-focused environment who want to be Agile.

It provides individuals with an insight to a leaner, more structured approach to project management enabling them to respond far more quickly to change.

This course is tailored for everyone that has been, is currently doing or will be doing any type of project within the ANU. Whether you have had any Project Management experience or none at all the course provides a comprehensive overview and in-depth understanding of Agile PM.

Course Overview

Agile project management is an iterative and incremental approach to delivering requirements throughout the project life cycle. At the core, agile projects should exhibit central values and behaviours of trust, flexibility, empowerment and collaboration.

This course will cover:

  • History of Project Management
  • Different Methodologies
  • What is Agile?
  • The 12 key Principles of Agile
  • The benefits of Agile
  • Advantages and disadvantages
  • Scrum/Sprint
  • Roles and responsibilities
  • Adopting Agile into the Organisation
  • Introduction to Agile tools
  • The Agile Lifecycle
  • The Road Map to Value
  • Syndicate activities

Learning Outcomes

A Comprehensive understanding of:

  • History of Project Management
  • Project Management Methodologies
  • Understanding Agile Project Management
  • The 12 Key Principles of Agile
  • The Benefits and Disadvantages
  • Roles and Responsibilities
  • Tools
  • The Stages of Agile Project Management

Provider Bio

Chris is the principal consultant at Canberra Business Management Specialists, he specialises in all things business including project management, health checks, sales and marketing strategies, secondary revenue opportunities, compliance and strategic growth.

Chris has comprehensive working knowledge of both the private and public sectors. Chris’s current business focus is around successful project management, compliance, accreditation and certification especially around the ISO space.

He also has vast experience in developing and delivering project management and other material for a number of RTO’s within Australia and holds accreditations in training and assessment and leadership and management; he also is a MBA.


$160.00 per participant

The following charges will apply for non-attendance at a workshop with cost unless the registrant nominates a colleague (who meets the eligibility criteria for the course) to attend in their place.

  1. Notification of cancellation received within 0 – 5 working days of the course date will incur a charge equivalent to 100% of course fees
  2. Notification of cancellation received within 6 – 10 working days of the course date will incur a charge equivalent to 50% of course fees

Please note for non-attendance due to illness or caring responsibilities, reasonable evidence will be required to waive the non-attendance fee.


To apply for this course; ANU staff should enrol via HORUS.

A requirement of the registration process is to discuss and obtain the following from your supervisor:

  • Approval to attend the training program; and
  • Local area charging code
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